Frabill Joins Forces with MLF and FLW
Jan 20th, 2021 by Keith Worrall
Modified Jan 20th, 2021 at 2:22 PM
Grand Prairie, TX (January 20, 2021) Frabill is excited to become the Official Net of FLW Fishing! The partnership comes as Major League Fishing and Fishing League Worldwide join forces to provide fans with the ultimate televised angling experience. Frabill is proud to sponsor all the highs and lows that make the FLW and MLF the most exhilarating angling action to hit television screens worldwide, including the white-knuckle moments where winning fish are boated.
“Frabill tips the odds for pro anglers, ensuring the winning fish isn’t lost in the last few feet of the battle-where so many are,” says Jim Wilburn, President, CEO, and driving force behind Major League Fishing. “We’re honored to have Frabill onboard as a sponsor. Join 100,000 other fishing enthusiasts as they tune into the ‘Daily Scoop presented by Frabill’ where an FLW angler uses a Frabill net to land a fish that bumps them up the leaderboard.”
Frabill will supply every competition angler with an Ultralight Conservation Net in the Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit. These new nets are specifically designed for anglers needing to net a fish with one hand and the new hoop shape fits into most boat lockers for easy storage.
“Frabill is committed to conservation and makes a series of nets designed to land more fish and help ensure a healthy release. It makes perfect sense to partner with FLW to help show anglers how effective and useful having a quality net in their boat can be.” stated Chris Russell, Marketing Director of Frabill Fishing.
Each week throughout the tournament circuit, you can watch the moment of truth as a Pro angler nets what just may be the fish that gives them the podium finish. In addition, fans can log onto Facebook for Tackle Tuesdays during the 2021 to win a package of exciting Frabill and Plano products.
Fishing League Worldwide, better known as FLW, is the world’s largest tournament-fishing organization. Major League Fishing was founded when tourney Pros and the Outdoor Channel discovered they had a similar vision: Present the sport of competitive professional bass fishing in a way that the viewing public has never seen it.